Like ancient heroes, movie stars are known for their beauty, talent, and ability to race chariots down busy streets without getting in trouble. Watch them earn their horse-drawn privileges with this Groupon.
$25 for a Movie Package for Two (Up to $51.40 Total Value)
- Two tickets (up to a $34 value)
- One large popcorn (a $7.50 value)
- Two large sodas (a $9.90 value)<p>
Movie tickets are valid for any film at TCL Chinese Theatre and the Chinese 6 multiplex next door. Check out the schedule here. Extra fees apply to D-Box and 3-D movies. The TCL Chinese Theatre—formerly known as Grauman’s Chinese Theatre—will be closed for renovations from May 1 through September 1.
TCL Chinese Theatre and Chinese 6 Theatres
Amid the bustle of Hollywood Boulevard stand two monuments to the silver screen. One, the TCL Chinese Theatre, oozes with history— imported Chinese stone lions, a 90-foot-tall copper roof, and concrete blocks that bear the handprints of Hollywood luminaries from years gone by each memorialize the celebrated role the building has played in Hollywood for more than eight decades.
Next door, Chinese 6 Theatres is a tribute to the cutting-edge. Six theaters, some with 3D capability, immerse viewers in ultra-realistic picture and sound better than sitting inside Steven Spielberg's android brain. Beyond the plush theater seating, a bar slings cocktails for in-movie sipping and a restaurant serves a full menu for cravings after the show. The service schedule varies for the bar and the restaurant but both will be open during Summer 2013. Whether they opt for the historic cinema or the ultramodern theater, visitors can catch a full slate of acclaimed new releases on their chosen big screen.
The storied history of TCL Chinese Theatre rivals those of the more than 200 celebrities whose handprints, footprints, and autographs are cemented into the theater's forecourt. Erected in 1927 and declared a historical and cultural landmark in 1968, the iconic theater stages movie screenings, premieres, events, and red-carpet ceremonies. Today, moviegoers walking through the theater's main courtyard can revel in the same opulence of those 1920s screen idols, craning their necks upward to take in the looming pagoda that frames the entrance. Inside, the theater's original 1927 screen towers high above the plush red-velvet seats, surrounded by wooden panels that rise to a ceiling with flowing Chinese-style drawings. This classic Hollywood setting is one of the reasons why the theater, in an echo of its origins, hosts celebrity-studded premieres, such as the 2012 opening for Life of Pi and the 2013 opening for Beautiful Creatures.